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Pagan Ethics - Michael York


Year 2016

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Part I IntroductionChapter 1 OverviewEthicsEvilMeta-ethics and ValueThe Format of this BookReferencesChapter 2 Idolatry and EthicsReferencesPart II The Western Ethical TraditionChapter 3 The Classical DivideSkepticismAristotleSocratesPlatoPlotinusThe SophistsReferencesChapter 4 The Ancient WorldThe CyrenaicsEpicureanismPost-classical HedonismUtilitarianismPagan HedonismCynicismStoicismContemporary CritiqueArêteChristian EthicsThe Ten CommandmentsThe Beatitudes and Christian EthicsAugustine and AquinasPagan Reflections on Christian Happiness and DutyReferencesChapter 5 The Western Philosophical TraditionSpinozaHumeKantKant, Pagan Critique and IdolatryReferencesChapter 6 Friedrich NietzscheParting from NietzscheRehabilitating NietzscheAristocracy and IdolatryReferencesChapter 7 Post-NietzscheThe ArgumentGrayling, Mackie and MacIntyreGraylingMackieMacIntyreReferencesPart III The Quest for an Applied Pagan EthicsChapter 8 Virtue EthicsThe Three Christian VirtuesThe Seven Pagan Virtues, the Heptatheon of Virtue-ValuesThe Four Cardinal VirtuesReferencesChapter 9 The Pagan QuadriviumFreedomPoliticalPersonalPaganComfortHealthWorshipReferencesChapter 10 The Trivium of WorshipPleasureCarnalGenericWorshipFriendshipThe Virtue-ValuesConsciousnessThermalCommodificationConversationalProductivityArtEducationConversationDoing the GodsThe Happy LifeGenerosityThe Golden RuleIdolatrySacrificeBlasphemyKindnessRe-contemplation and Further ThoughtsReferencesPart IV Moral Issues from a Pagan PerspectiveChapter 11 Same-Sex Unions and Recreational DrugsSame-Sex UnionsRecreational DrugsReferencesChapter 12 Terrorism and Death IssuesTerrorismDeath IssuesAbortionCapital PunishmentEuthanasiaCodaReferencesChapter 13 Hegemony and EnvironmentHegemonyRapeGenderBureaucracy, Government and the Corporate WorldPagan SacrificeEnvironmentEco-awareness and Geo-sensitivityIdolatryGnosticismAldo LeopoldNature as DynamicProtestThe Amorality of NatureGaia TheoryAlbert HoffmanRitualScienceCareAnimal RightsReferencesPart V The Ethical ConversationChapter 14 Pagan Ethics vis-à-vis the Western Ethical TraditionIdolatry RevisitedArêteJürgen HabermasEmmanuel LevinasGeorge SantayanaHumanism – Confucian and WesternRevisiting Spinoza, Hume, Kant and NietzscheEudai moniaReferencesChapter 15 Contemporary Sectarian Pagan EthicsShinto EthicsSanteríaThe Northern TraditionsDruidryRomuvaSlavic SpiritualityKemetic SpiritualityClassical TraditionWiccaReferencesChapter 16 ConclusionReferencesBibliography
 
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